Remember the stink made in January when Aaron Sele received a vote for the Hall of Fame? That was nothing compared to this.
New Rutgers basketball coach Eddie Jordan is not a graduate of the university as the school had claimed, another embarrassment for an athletic program still smarting from the firing of previous coach Mike Rice.
Katie Couric joined the “Boomer & Carton” program one day after her much-anticipated interview with Manti Te’o aired Thursday.
While Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o thought he was talking with girlfriend “Lennay Kekua” for hours on end, he was actually on the phone with his male hoaxer, Ronaiah Tuiasosopo’s lawyer told the New York Daily News.
Pressed by Katie Couric to admit that he was in on the deception, Te’o said he believed that his girlfriend Lennay Kekua had died of cancer and didn’t lie about it until December.
If you’re eager to commemorate the biggest story of the young year, here’s something for your calendar.
He still has questions to answer, with many wondering whether he was a victim or participant in the scam.
The hoax was disclosed hours after Deadspin.com posted a lengthy story, saying it could find no record that Te’o's girlfriend ever existed.
OK, now it’s really getting weird.
Deadspin floored the sports world Wednesday when it published a report alleging a “hoax” involving Notre Dame star Manti Te’o.
This gives new meaning to rounding the bases at Yankee Stadium.
The New York Rangers denied rumors that Sean Avery refused to play for the Connecticut Whale and spat at head coach Ken Gernander.
Why go public and file suit? The reason is simple, says lawyer Judd Burstein: to protect former ESPN exec Keith Clinkscales’ reputation.
Jenn Sterger, the former Jets game hostess who allegedly received inappropriate text messages from Brett Favre, said in an interview aired during ABC’s Tuesday morning broadcast of “Good Morning America” that she’s never actually met the retired quarterback.
Jenn Sterger, who allegedly received inappropriate photos and phone messages from Brett Favre, says in an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that she isn’t a “gold-digger” and hasn’t “made a dime” off the scandal.